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Nibipedia for math
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Nibipedia for Math: Annotating, Connecting, Sharing your Videos
Wednesday, September 16th we will meet in the LearnCentral public Elluminate room at 6pm Pacific / 9pm Eastern time:
Math is a subject that is best taught by combining individual study with open discussion and individual question and answer. This allows students to combine visual, descriptive/analytic, and formal/relational. By approaching math study with:
An Integrated Approach
teaches students best by showing not only "this is how it looks in real life" (visual), and combining it with an explanation of "this is why it logically fits together" (descriptive/analytical), and further illustrating "this is how it looks in real life," (descriptive analytical), students develop both their analytic and creative capacities -- and not only learn faster, but comprehend mathematical concepts more deeply.
Individual Question and Answer
allows students to focus on the specific difficulties they have with mathematical concepts. Learning calculus, one student might need to master five different concepts to fully grasp how certain equations work. If he already "gets" four of them, and is only really struggling with the fifth, he'll be frustrated by a lecture that wastes 80 percent of his time.
Online, rich-media environments provide educators and students with a learning environment that allows them to fully realize the potential of collaborative video-based collaborative learning, which offers both an integrated approach and the ability for an individual to "drill down" deeply on specific areas of interest.
Nibi Software Group, Inc. is currently running an educational beta site, built to host collaborative rich media projects for educators nationwide (a limited number of spots still available). Educators interested in becoming beta testers should visit the Nibi Education Beta Testers group on Facebook as soon as possible.
Nibi Software's flagship site, Nibipedia™, allows students and teachers to share videos, articles and other written information with an easy to use Web tool in a safe environment. Nibipedia uses a wiki construct to channel the massive learning power inherent in interactive collaboration. Amping up the educational model, Nibipedia introduces the explosive educational potential of well-crafted video into the mix. Using proprietary software, Nibipedia members can pinpoint any moment in video time, on any video in the Nibipedia database, and link to it, or link from it, in order to give additional context, explication, and depth to the subject. This functionality is unique to the nibi platform.
Nibipedia is built to leverage all of today's highest-traffic social media platforms — including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and MySpace — as channels to feed and build high-quality, specialized learning communities. The site grows in value from moment to moment, as Nibipedia users annotate specific moments in video time with links to Wikipedia articles, relevant references, other rich content, and expert commentary. The result is stunning. Nibipedia offers educators, students, and corporate learners engaging, flexible, and accelerated ways to absorb information.
A growing, interactive learning project, Nibipedia serves as a model of the sort of collaboration zone that Nibi Software designs in more specialized fashion for almost any corporate client, educational campus, or academy. Visit www.nibipedia.com.
This event is a part of the ongoing Math 2.0 interest group conversation series. Always-discussed topics:
principles of Math 2.0 teaching and learning
networks and communities creating social math objects
platforms for remote communication of this interest group
our projects and collaboration
publishing efforts and bibliography
Creator of www.nibipedia.com, student/practitioner of marketing, online and otherwise. Fascinated by the opportunities created by social media platforms.
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